New Delhi: “I am a daughter-in-law of Indira Gandhi. we am not frightened of anyone,” a warlike Congress President Sonia Gandhi asserted on Tuesday, invoking a bequest of a late Prime Minister in a arise of a National Herald case.
“I am a daughter-in-law of Indira Gandhi. we am not frightened of anyone. we am not disturbed.” Gandhi told reporters after a assembly of a plan cabinet of Congress celebration in Parliament.
She was asked about a Delhi High Court rejecting their pleas for quashing a summons by a Delhi justice opposite them in a National Herald case.
Her remarks came as a civil magistrate’s justice here progressing in a day authorised her grant defence as good as that of Rahul Gandhi and others for a day.
The court, however, destined them to seem in chairman on 19 December.
The National Herald box had a relate in Parliament with Congress members entertainment criticism in both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha over what they described as “political vendetta”.
They, however, did not privately discuss a National Herald box in their protests in possibly of a House.